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WASHINGTON, D.C. — In a noteworthy move for many residents of the East Bay and southeastern Massachusetts, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has extended its deadline for … more
PROVIDENCE — The right of Rhode Islanders to access the shoreline has been inalienable since it was written into the state constitution in 1843. Yet exactly where the public shoreline ends … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Does East Providence have the pieces in place to respond to any potential emergencies at its shore caused by severe storms or rising water levels? City Council President … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — A Boston-based renewables company will soon approach the East Providence Waterfront District Commission with a proposal to convert a vacant Dexter Avenue parcel into a solar … more
PORTSMOUTH — Despite the damp and chilly weather, 109 volunteers came together to remove 629 pounds of trash from Gull Cove in just two hours on Saturday. The nonprofit environmental … more
PROVIDENCE — The proposed new multi-purpose shoreline venue in city gained a boost from the state recently when it was one of 15 projects to receive monies through Governor Gina … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Well over 50 residents and interested parties were in attendance at a meeting about the future of the Watchmoket Square district and the nearby waterfront hosted by the … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Planning Department has scheduled a community meeting on Watchemoket Square to discuss among other items potential traffic pattern changes at busy … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — The “Ivy Place” residential project planned at the corner of Ivy Street and Taunton Avenue in the center of the city received a boost at the close of 2019 when it … more
EAST PROVIDENCE — In 2019, among the many stories of note East Providence began to settle into its new form of governance while our elected officials once again took some consequential … more
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